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Messier 32 (M32), also known as Le Gentil, is a dwarf elliptical galaxy located in Andromeda constellation. The galaxy lies at a distance of 2.49 million light years from Earth and has an apparent magnitude of 8.08. M32 is a satellite galaxy of M31, the famous Andromeda Galaxy. It has the designation NGC 221 in the New General Catalogue.What galaxy is M32 in Hubble's image?
Countless stars, from the compact core to the less dense outskirts of M32, are packed into this single Hubble image. An elliptical galaxy, M32 is located 2.5 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Andromeda. It is one of two satellite galaxies orbiting M31, the Andromeda galaxy, that also belong to the Messier catalog.What is the difference between Messier 65 and Messier 66?
Messier 65 (NGC 3623) is a barred spiral galaxy that belongs to the Leo Triplet in Leo constellation. It has an apparent magnitude of 10.5 and is about 35 million light years distant. Messier 66 (NGC 3627) is another barred spiral galaxy that belongs to the Leo Triplet of galaxies.